With a successful record both in and out of the courtroom, Goldberg and Cohn, LLP’s attorneys, over the years, have built their reputation on decades of service and personalized attention, along with innovation and sensitivity, catered to their clients’ goals and unique needs.

Mr. Cohn was a draftsman of the original Equitable Distribution law, passed by the New York State Legislature, and wrote the lead Law Review article, “Equitable Distribution: One Year Later” for the New York Law School Law Review.  His most recent article, “New York’s Marriage Equality Act: One Year Later” has been published recently.

Mr. Cohn, along with his partner, Richard S. Goldberg, and the Firm’s associates, are involved in all aspects of family and matrimonial law.

Some of the primary areas are:

  • Actions for divorce (Contested and Uncontested)
  • Actions for annulment
  • Separation and settlement agreements
  • Parenting agreements
  • Visitation agreements
  • Pre and post nuptial agreements
  • Child Custody
  • Child Support and CSSA
  • Relocation by parents
  • Orders of Protection
  • Equitable Distribution
  • Distributive Awards
  • Hague Convention Custody
  • Equality of Marriage
  • Cohabitation Agreements
  • GET Statute
  • Interstate UCCJA Issues
  • Habeas Corpus Petitions
  • Comity and Full Faith and Credit Issues
  • Deferred Compensation
  • Valuation of Assets
  • Transfer of Assets

Goldberg & Cohn, LLP, prides itself on being at the forefront of family law and matrimonial law, in New York City and outlying areas.  They possess the knowledge and expertise, that a client needs and deserves.  When you are looking for a law firm for a family law or matrimonial law matter, Goldberg & Cohn, LLP, is the place to go.

We represent clients in a wide variety of matters involving the most personal and sensitive legal issues that affect every aspect of families in transition. With a practice that extends throughout the downstate counties (New York City) and adjoining counties, we handle both routine and complex cases, using our adversarial and negotiation skills to represent individuals in all aspects of family practice, including:

Divorce, Division of Property and Spousal Maintenance (Alimony)

Prenuptial Agreements

Child Support

Child Custody and Visitation

Domestic Violence

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